Dan Cook and Adam Riches

Dan Cook

Thu 23rd Feb
20:00 (
60 mins)
Character Comedy / Funny
Tickets from £7.50
Venue: The Basement at Vaulty Towers
Age Guidance: 15+

Adam Riches and Dan Cook present episode one of a spoof podcast that is about to blow your mind. Helmed by two stone-cold legends in the making, totally fueled by Huel, Gnat Colcannon and his best mate Foxtons are here to tell it like it is in order to lift you up to become even better than the best version of you.
Imagine “One Day Like This” by Elbow and BT Sport blended into a single shot smoothie and bowled over-arm at your face. Inspirational chat. Big time health and welfare tips. Elite guest experts. The Greatest Shout has them all.
So come on down and get motivated. Activated. Greatest Shout-ivated.

“Morning, have a great day!”
Jake Humphrey

“A nice mix of ents, business, sport, mindset and mental health”
Jake Humphrey

“May flights of angels sing thee to thy rest”
Jake Humphrey


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Thu 23rd Feb
The Basement at Vaulty Towers
Vaulty Towers
34 Lower Marsh

Dan Cook

Adam is an award-winning writer and performer who won the 2011 Fosters Edinburgh Comedy Award for Best Show and Time Out Comedy Person of the Year. He was also nominated for The Times Breakthrough Artist of the Year at the Sky Arts South Bank Show Awards

‘There’s no-one quite like him’

‘Quite simply one of the best character comedians in the country’

'Will make you laugh yourself silly and what could be better than that?'

Dan is a stand up comedian and actor whose solo shows have received a plethora of 4 and 5 star reviews and played to sell out audiences

Daniel has worked across a number of television projects, his credits include BBC drama Poldark, as well as Man vs Bee (Netflix), Babylon, and Toast (both Channel 4)

"A blistering logic bending show... a genuine treat" The List

"The borderline visceral tension that Cook can burn into an audience is artfully delivered and leaves you with an odd feeling of catharsis you’ll unlikely receive from many other shows in the fringe." Short.Com

"This is excellent stand up: Cook is able to deliver laugh after laugh with just his presence and maddening stare" EdFest Magazine


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